Bad boy Robin Thicke is doing some good.
The "Blurred Lines" singer has hooked up with a site that donates money from concert ticket sales to worthy causes, MTV reports.
Thicke aligned with Tickets for Charity to raise funds for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and the Natural Resources Defense Council. Each ticket also allocates proceeds to a charity of the buyer's choice.
From the TFC website:
Robin Thicke is heading to a city near you and TFC has your ticket to some of the best seats in the house starting in the third row.
However, philanthropic fans will have to wait until February for the first benefit concert on the list, according to site. Tickets listed for a Feb. 21 Atlanta date cost $125.45, with $30 of that pegged for donation.
While Thicke stirs controversy, at least he seems to be getting hot and heavy with giving. In July, he teamed with Charitybuzz on a "Roadie for a Day" contest to raise money for disadvantaged youth in New York City to gain access to the arts.
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